Industry 4.0 – Automated quality control & Augmented Reality // Real Use case

The Product : LYNX AR Developped by G2Metric (Aeronautical & Global Industry Metrology Leader) Main features : 360° Vision Control / Assembly Assistance Application Field : ALL INDUSTRY Aim : Bring quality inspection to the next level Availability : already in use in more than 40 production sites Location : all over the world The LYNX system by G2Metric (ADF Groupe Subsidiary) answers Quality control inspection, traceability and Assembly Assistance needs through Augmented Reality and has already saved more than 500 000hours of quality inspection to customers. Le système LYNX développé par G2Metric (filiale Groupe ADF) pour répondre aux besoins du contrôle qualité, de la traçabilité, et de l'aide au positionnement grâce à la réalité augmentée a déjà permis d'économiser plus de 500 000 heures d'inspection qualité aux industriels équipés. Plus d'information sur

Mixed Reality applications | Business Applications April 2019 Release

Take a look into new Mixed Reality capabilities added during Business Applications April 2019 Launch that help you engage customers, empower employees, optimize operations, and transform products. Visit to learn more and try the Mixed Reality application today! Pre-released product disclaimer: Some information relates to pre-released product which may be substantially modified before it’s commercially released. Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, with respect to the information provided here.

Why Microsoft Uses Virtual Reality Headsets To Train Workers

After four consecutive quarters of declining virtual reality headset sales, VR for training is turning things around for the industry. Headset sales for training is expected to reach $2.2 billion by 2022, according to Greenlight Insights, prompting companies like start-up Pixo VR to make the switch from gaming to VR training. Now, VR is widely used to train employees at major companies like Walmart and Chevron. At Tyson Foods, VR safety training reduced injuries and illnesses by 20 percent. It's also saving these companies millions of dollars, and bringing profits back to creators of VR headsets and software. Watch the video to see how VR training could ensure the future for the mixed reality industry. » Subscribe to CNBC: About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: Follow CNBC News on Facebook: Follow CNBC News on Twitter: Follow CNBC News on Google+: Follow CNBC News on Instagram: #CNBC #VR Why Microsoft Uses Virtual Reality Headsets To Train Workers

Creating augmented & mixed reality applications for the auto industry – Unite LA | AutoTech Summit

Learn how Unity's flexibility allows users to create powerful augmented (AR) and mixed reality (MR) applications for a wide variety of use cases, including enterprise tools that let global design teams collaborate in real-time, hot marketing apps that transform consumers' in-dealership experience, and AR/MR/VR apps for imagining the future of transportation. Speakers: Danny Parks (Trigger Global) Jason Yim (Trigger Global) Learn more about Unity for Automotive: Help us caption & translate this video!

Michael Hoffman (Object Theory): Mixed Reality Use Cases and Challenges

A talk from the Design Track at AWE USA 2018 - the World's #1 XR Conference & Expo in Santa Clara, California May 30- June 1, 2018. Michael Hoffman (Object Theory): Mixed Reality Use Cases and Challenges Today, four years in, Object Theory has spoken to many hundreds of innovators and business leaders across a dozen industries to hear the types of 3D business problems they wish to solve with mixed reality. In this process clear patterns have emerged in the types of use cases that match well with mixed reality’s unique advantages. Link to Slides:

Mixed Reality: on the road to industry 4.0

Renault Trucks, working with Immersion, the European leader in virtual reality and augmented reality, will be starting the first phase of testing a new, faster and more reliable quality control process using mixed reality in January 2018 at its Lyon engine site. Renault Trucks on YouTube: Renault Trucks on Facebook: Renault Trucks on Twitter:

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